Chris Cornell / No One Sings Like You Anymore

Chris Cornell’s last studio album

Chris Cornell / No One Sings Like You Anymore

In March, Universal Music will issue No One Sings Like You Anymore, a volume of cover versions recorded by Chris Cornell in 2016, the year before his death.

Issued in conjunction with The Chris Cornell Estate, this collection was “personally selected and sequenced” by Chris to celebrate artists and songs that inspired him. It was his last fully completed studio album and includes his renditions of John Lennon‘s ‘Watching The Wheels’, Harry Nilsson‘s ‘Jump Into The Fire’, Electric Light Orchestra‘s ‘Showdown’, Guns N’ Roses ‘Patience’ and Prince‘s ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’.
All instruments on No One Sings Like You Anymore were played by Chris Cornell and Brendan O’Brien, with Brendan also producing and mixing the album.

Chris Cornell’s widow, Vicky had the following to say: “This album is so special because it is a complete work of art that Chris created from start to finish. His choice of covers provides a personal look into his favourite artists and the songs that touched him. He couldn’t wait to release it. This moment is bittersweet because he should be here doing it himself, but it is with both heartache and joy that we share this special album”.
No One Sings Like You Anymore will be released on 19 March 2021. A four-CD box set, Chris Cornell, was issued in 2018 and went on to win the 2019 Grammy for ‘Best Recording Package’.

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  2. Jump Into The Fire (Harry Nilsson)
  3. Sad Sad City (Ghostland Observatory)
  4. Patience (Guns N’ Roses)
  5. Nothing Compares 2 U (Prince)
  6. Watching The Wheels (John Lennon)
  7. You Don’t Know Nothing About Love (Carl Hall)
  8. Showdown (Electric Light Orchestra)
  9. To Be Treated Rite (Terry Reid)
  10. Stay With Me Baby (Lorraine Ellison)

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I do hope that they have a second volume. I am interested in what he covered.

Mark R

I’m in. Love Chris Cornell, although I’m more of a Soundgarden fan than of his solo work. He is quite underrated here in the UK, both as a solo performer as well as with SG. His first solo album, Euphoria Morning is brilliant, as was his last, Higher Truth. The stuff in between could be hit or miss though his soundtrack work was always stellar (Misery Chain, Seasons and The Keeper). I wasn’t sure about this one but gave it a listen after downloading it and it’s really good. Looking forward to the second volume.


what is in the 4 CD edition?

Chris Crockford

It’s been reported that there is a second volume in the works…


Supposedly this album was leaked a while back and is under 40 minutes.
A second volume? If that’s under 40 minutes, fans will be p?ssed.


Out of interest: Why should they? I would not be.


Whoever came up with that title clearly hasn’t heard a band called Dead Blonde Stars.


Add me to the list of people that hasnt heard of dead blonde stars but i am intrigued… thanks for calling them out.


The title is obviously quoting Cornell’s most famous song.


Beyond “alternative”, Soundgarden and Pearl Jam stand ahead of the genere per se, this album reflects the artist inside Chris Cornel, every song is a world different than the original and still sounds great. I brought the digital edition but I prefer the physical version. No one sings like him anymore.